It must be Monday (a poem)

The February 9th prompt in The Daily Poet, by Kelli Russell Agodon and Martha Silano, is to write a poem that starts with one word on the first line, with each subsequent line being one word longer—so the second line would be two words long, the third would be three words long, and so on. I was already cranky, what with having started off the day with yet another chapter in the back-and-forth with Etsy’s Outside Manufacturing folk. The day would soon get even more frustrating, but this was where it started…

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National Poetry Writing Month: Day #13 (April 13, 2013)

Today’s prompt is to take a walk, make notes, and incorporate them into a poem.

Well, this wasn’t that kind of a day. So, instead of an actual walk, I took a mental walk through the day, and noted a few impressions… Continue reading